Ali Faulkner, AMTC Grad, Starring in Faith-Based Film Premiering September 26

(PRWEB) September 26, 2014

The Song is a feature film inspired by the love story in Song Of Solomon. Singer/Songwriter Jed King is struggling to catch a break when he agrees to a gig at a local vineyard harvest festival. He falls in love with the vineyard owners daughter, Rose, and their romance begins. Soon after their wedding, Jed writes Rose The Song, which becomes a breakout hit. When Jed is suddenly thrown into fame, his life and marriage begin to fall apart.

The faith-based film goes along with AMTCs mission to make good bolder. AMTC President Adam She speaks about the ministry. Our purpose is simple. Jesus gave us a Great Commission. Our goal is to do our part and encourage others to do theirs, Adam says.

Recently called a rising star by Yahoo Movies, Ali has landed the lead role in over 10 films (The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, The Secret Village). At 7 years of age, she began performing solos in her church choir. Ali attended AMTCs SHINE Conference during the Summer of 2004 and has been a success ever since. She credits all of her success to God and family, and has a vision of a performing arts charity that pays for the education of performers who wouldnt be able to afford to develop their talents.

Founded in 1982, Actors, Models and Talent for Christ is a non-profit organization that strives to see the Great Commission of Jesus Christ fulfilled in film, fashion, music and theater. AMTC holds strongly to the belief that in order to transform the entertainment industry, Gods stars must choose to be in it, but not conform to it.

Watch Ali play the role of Rose in The Song, opening nation-wide on Sept. 26, 2014. The film is written and directed by Richard Ramsey. The Song will also include resources to strengthen couples and families.

To learn more about where Ali got her start or to audition for the international SHINE conference, please visit To receive regular updates, follow AMTC on Facebook and Twitter.

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